On Wednesday night, Donald Trump gave an immigration speech that managed to elate the likes of Immigration-obsessed Ann Coulter while successfully pulling off Trump Pivot 5.0. In one powerful moment nearing the end of the speech, the Republican nominee invited the mothers of children who were murdered at the hands of illegal immigrants, referred to as “Angel Moms,” on stage.
A left-wing journalist with a past steeped in anti-Americanism and anti-Semitism likened these “Angel Moms” to a “hate Group.”
“What the hell is going on? These moms Trump brought on stage are like a hate group,” wrote The Electronic Intifada’s Rania Khalek.
Khalek suggested they “cut the feed” on the grieving mothers, since their stories equated to “incitement against immigrants.”
The rant continued:
She then linked to an article from The Daily Mail and added her own caption: “9-year-old Brisenia Flores and her father were murdered by anti-immigrant fanatics in 2011.” Khalek insisted that “Trump is encouraging the mentality that led to that murder.”
One “Angel Mom” called out Khalek’s vile behavior:
Khalek doubled-down, informing the grieving mother that telling the story of her murdered son acts to wrongfully “demonize immigrants as criminals.”
She then disturbingly told the "Angel Mom:" “You're whipping up xenophobia & hate.”
But Khalek wasn't alone. Besides sporting numerous re-tweets from her vile message, a correspondent from The Globe, Mark MacKinnon, echoed the sentiment. MacKinnon called Trump's immigration speech "pretty much a hate rally" because of the mothers' presence on stage.
"Trump surrounded on Phoenix stage by 'Angel Moms' who say their kids were murdered by illegal immigrants. This is pretty much a hate rally," wrote the correspondent.